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THE TIFFIN ART METAL COMPANY 



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BRANCH WAREHOUSE 

TOLEDO, OHIO 

NORWOOD AND HO AG STREETS 



The Tiffin Art Metal Co., Tiffin, Ohio 



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UR METAL CEILINGS represent the very highest 
degree of excellence both from a mechanical and 
artistic standpoint. They embody every feature that has 
proven of value since Metal Ceiling was first introduced, 






as well as several exclusive features recently developed. 



(^/ippearance. . . 

. . . Since the greatest objection to Metal Ceilings by 
architects is appearance, our first desire in getting out this 
new line was to produce a ceiling that should be as close 
an imitation of molded plaster as was possible to make. 
This involved considerable time and expense, but the factory 
finally succeeded in producing dies which allow the designs 
to stand out sharp and clean, yet eliminate the superficia 



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tinny" look, characteristic of other Metal Ceilings. 

Our Metal Ceilings, while being light in weight, have that 
heavy, massive effect and appearance of solidity, seen in the 
highest grade of expensive molded plaster ceilings. 

Our Metal Ceilings, can be erected in much less time and 
with much less trouble than other ceilings and still it is next 
to impossible to dent or mar the plates or make an unsightly 
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. ..We believe that we have the finest range of de- 
signs obtainable in Metal Ceilings. Each separate number 
is an achievement of great artistic merit. Our factory has not 
allowed mechanical difficulties to impair the artistic quality 
of the designs. 



All decorative motifs used are based on pure forms of his- 
toric ornament... another fact that will especially commend 
our Metal Ceilings to members of the architectural profession. 



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Instructions for Measuring 

Spaces to be Covered 
with Metal Ceiling 

AKE a pencil sketch of space to be 



covered with Metal Ceiling, showing all 
offsets such as vaults, stairways, chim- 
neys, elevators, etc. Locate skylight 

openings, trap-doors, etc., and give size 
of same. 

For measurements of room, start in one corner and 
measure all the way around, taking into consideration 
all offsets. Add the several measurements which go 
to make up full length of room to see that they cor- 
respond with total measurements. If there are dis- 
crepancies, you should again measure same to see if 
you made error either in individual measurements or 
total. If the room is out of square, give us measure- 
ments as shown in lower left-hand corner of room as 
illustrated in Figure No. 1. 

All measurements must be accurate and the more in- 
formation you give us the better we will understand 
your requirements, and as a result, the metal will fit 
the room perfectly. 



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Figure No. 1 










Figure No. % 



Figures Nos. 1 and 2 illustrate construction 
of wood work around steel beams necessary 
to receive Metal Cornices, etc. 



Figure No. 3 illustrates construction of wood 
work in connection with false beams. 




Figure No. 3. 



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ITH every Metal Ceiling sold, we furnish a drawing 
showing the arrangement of metal in each particular 
room; also a packing slip which contains an itemized 
^ list of all material, together with catalog number and 
size of each piece; the bill of lading shows in how 
many crates and boxes the material was shipped; therefore, the first thing to do upon receipt of ceiling 
material, is to see that you have the proper number of crates and boxes. The contents of each crate 
should be inspected and counted and with our catalog and drawing to guide you, check off the items on 
packing slip. It is best to scaffold as much of the room as possible, excepting where there are beams, in 
which case it is only necessary to scaffold between beams. Where iron girders are used in construction 
of a building and same are to be covered with metal, it is necessary to build wood work around same to 
receive metal; the construction of this wood work is shown on working drawing. 






When 



ceilings are sheathed, nearly all of our designs can be applied directly to sheathing ; when working 

over joists or plaster, wood furring strips must be used and placed as shown on drawing. If plaster is 

loose place additional strips where necessary to keep plaster from falling, or plaster can be removed 
entirely. 



Measure the room and check measurements with those shown on drawing, and if correct, establish the 
starting line as shown on drawing; alongside of this 
line there should be another line established, a distance 
from starting line of one-half the width of wood fur- 



ring used. 



will 



enable you to keep furring strip absolutely straight 
Additional strips are then easily located by measurin 
either 12 or 24 inches from either side of strip covering 
starting line, always taking into consideration that the 
additional lines will represent one side and not center 
of strip. Never start to put on the metal until you have 
ALL the strips nailed in their proper places. 



The starting line is not always in the center of room; 
sometimes it is six or twelve inches off center. This 
may be seen by referring to working drawing. If room 
is wider at one end than the other, divide the differ- 
ence so that field portion will be in center of room, or 
in other words, so that there will be an equal width of 
filler exposed on either side and end of room. 



Special Notice to Erectors: (See Figs. 

Nos. 4 & 5.) 

In order to keep mouldings and cornices in a 
perfect line it is not only necessary to have 
chalk line on filler to indicate center of beads 
of moulding and cornice, but we suggest to 
place an additional chalk line one inch wider 
than space to be covered by moulding and 
cornice, so that when material is placed 
over chalk line representing center of beads 
that you will be able to have a visible straight 
line to guide you the entire length of section 
of cornice or moulding, as the case may be. 
(See next page.) 





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Directions — Continued. 




%$ N order to secure best results, it is necessary that the 
surface to be ceiled is level. In old buildings which 



out of shape, 



an easy matter to 



furring strips to a level by placing lath or wedge 
shaped strips under regular furring strips. Cross 
strips should be placed at the miter lines and at each lap or joint 
of fillers and borders; these, of course, can be placed in position 
when you come to the places where they are needed when erecting 
metal. 



With all strips nailed in position and levelled, the next step will be to establish a chalk line through the 
center of the particular furring strip which comes on the line marked "STARTING LINE" on drawing. 
In putting on this line, the utmost care should be taken to see that the line is perfectly straight. Where 
the room is extraordinarily long, the chalk line should be carefully held in the center by a third party and 
snapped on both ends ; other lines should be established twelve or twenty-four inches apart as the drawing 
may indicate. Cross strips for field, border and moulding must be placed according to drawing, using same 
methods in establishing their location as was used in placing lengthwise strips. See that all cross chalk 
lines are absolutely square or at right angles with lengthwise starting line. 






Our plates are perfectly square and can not be twisted or drawn out of square to meet faulty or out-of- 
square chalk lines. The field plates should be put on first and the first plate to be applied is marked 
"STARTER" on drawing. The filler should be applied next, when the construction is such that it underlaps 
cornice and moulding. Some fillers have a side ornamentation and finished beaded edge, which edge should 
be applied over the moulding or cornice, depending upon whether the ornamentation is to come next to the 
moulding or next to the cornice. 



Special Notice to Erectors 

If these additional lines are not used, the result 
will be that at each joint or lap of moulding and 
cornice, the material will be brought up to the 
proper width, but the center of sections of mould- 
ing or cornice may be bowed out and the center 
bead line being covered, there is no way for the 
erector to know as to whether the material has not 
been bowed out in the middle. With these addi- 
tional lines the erector can measure from these 
lines to the center of beads, of moulding and cor- 
nice, in the middle of section as well as at the ends, 
and bring the beads to an absolutely straight line. 
Try this out and see the good results. 




To make a very neat job you will have to be careful 
to follow the chalk lines exactly. All the laps or 
joints should be nailed closely. See that all laps of 
cornices, mouldings and borders where finished 
beaded edge is not provided, are swedged up closely 
with a blunt tool, such as a solid punch. 



Metal Ceiling cannot be fitted to accommodate gas 
or electric light drops if they are not already placed 
according to our plans; however, in most cases we 
can locate the center pieces within six or twelve 
inches of the drops as they may already be placed 
in the room, and it will be an easy matter to move 
wires this small distance. 



Figure 5 



Metal Wall Finish is somewhat easier to apply. We 
advise applying same to one-half inch sheathing, as 
this will make a much more substantial job; how- 
ever, if strips are used they should be % x 2 inches in 
size and placed six or twelve inches apart on centers. 



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HIS catalog is divided into 

three sections to simplify 

dQg%[ reference and ordering. The 

.ir^ first section is devoted to 

illustrations of the various 
individual units such as Field Plates, Bor- 
ders, Fillers, Miters, Corner Plates and 
Mouldings from which the complete ceiling 
arrangements are made. 

The second section illustrates a wide 
range of combination designs made up 
from the different units illustrated in Sec- 
tion 1. Beneath each of these designs we 
give the numbers of the various items in- 
cluded in the arrangement. 

The last section comprises a complete 
index and code and miscellaneous pages. 



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Section One- 
Section Two 



Pages 10 to 22 



INDIVIDUAL PARTS 

-COMBINATION DESIGNS— Pages 24 to 36 

Pages 38 to 44 



Section Three— INDEX, CODE, ETC 



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PLATE No. 104 

Multiple, 6 inches. Depth, % inch. 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8c per sq. ft. 




PLATE No. 107 

Multiple, 6 inches. Depth, & inch. 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8c per sq. ft. 



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PLATE No. 109 

Multiple, 6 inches. Depth, & inch. 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8c per sq. ft. * 












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PLATE No. Ill 

Multiple, 12 inches. Depth, & inch 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8c per sq. ft. 



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PLATE No. 113 

Multiple, 12 inches. Depth, & inch 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8Mc per sq. ft. 




PLATE No. 115 

Multiple, 12 inches. Depth, & inch 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8^4c per sq. ft. 



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PLATE No. 123 

Multiple, 24 inches. Depth, Vz inch. 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8^4c per sq. ft. 



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PLATE No. 156 

Multiple, 24 inches. Depth, % inch. 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8^c per sq. ft 



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PLATE No. 137 

Multiple, 24 inches. Depth, % inch 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, &y 2 c per sq. ft. 




PLATE No. 138 



Multiple 



Depth, % inch. 



Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 8^c per sq. ft. 



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PLATE No. 131 

Multiple. 24 inches. Depth, H inch. 
Sizes, 24 x 48 and 24 x 96 inches. 

Price, 9c per sq. ft. 





PLATE No. 132 

Depth, H inch. 
Sizes, 12 x 24 and 12 x 48 inches. 

Price, 10 ^c per sq. ft. 



PLATE No. 133 

Multiple, 12 inches. Depth, \i inch 



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Size, 12 x 12 inches. 
Price, 12c per sq. ft 



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FILLER No. 408 

(Moulding attached.) 

Sizes, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 24 by 48 and 

96 inches. 

Price, SV 2 c per sq. ft. 



INSIDE AND OUTSIDE MITERS 



Size, 9x9 inches, 

12 x 12 inches, 



Size, 
Size, 
Size, 

Size, 
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15 x 15 inches, 
18 x 18 inches, 
21 x 21 inches, 
24 x 24 inches, 



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FILLER No. 406 

(Moulding attached.) 

Sizes, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 24 by 48 and 

96 inches. 

Price, 8^c per sq. ft. 



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Size, 


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9 inches, 


10c each. 


Size, 


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12 inches, 


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Size, 


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15 inches, 


18c each. 


Size, 


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18 inches, 


25c each. 


Size, 


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21 inches, 


35c each. 


Size, 


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24 inches, 


44c each. 



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WALL PLATE No. 704 

Multiple, 12 inches. Size, 24 x 96 inches 

Price, 8c per sq. ft. 








WALL PLATE No. 701 

Width, 24 inches. 
Lengths, 60, 72, 84 and 96 inches 

Price, 12c per sq. ft. 



WAINSCOTING No. 802 

Size, 24 x 36 inches. Price, 10c per sq. ft 



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CORNICE No. 519 

Depth, 2% inches; projection, 2 inches; length, 48 inches. 

Price, 4^c per lin. ft. 










CORNICE No. 501 

Depth, 2% inches; projection, 2% inches; length, 48 inches 

Price, 5% c per lin. ft. 




CORNICE No. 520 



Depth, 3 inches; projection, 3 inches; length, 48 inches 

Price, 6c per lin. ft. 




CORNICE No. 502 

Depth, 4 inches; projection, 4 inches; length, 48 inches 

Price, 7*4c per lin. ft. MITERS, 45c each. 




CORNICE No. 504 

Depth, 4^4 inches; projection, 4 inches; length, 48 inches. 

Price, 7V£c per lin. ft. MITERS, 45c each. 



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CORNICE No. 506 

Depth, 6 inches; projection, 6% inches; length, 48 inches. 

Price, lie per lin. ft. MITERS, 60c each. 



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Depth, 6 inches; projection, 6 inches; length, 48 inches 

Price, lie per lin. ft MITERS, 60c each. 










CORNICE No. 509 

Depth, 9^4 inches; projection, 9 inches; length, 48 inches 

Price, 16c per lin. ft. MITERS, 85c each. 







CORNICE No. 511 

Depth, 13 inches; projection, 13 inches; length, 48 inches 

Price, 23c per lin. ft. MITERS, $1.00 each. 



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FRIEZE No. 605 

6 x 48 inches. 

Price, 7J4c per lin. ft 




CHAIR RAIL NO. 240- A. Size, 3% x 48 inches 

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Size, 3 x 48 inches. 

Price, 4%c per lin. ft. 



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Size, 3x3 inches 
Price, 5c each. 




MOULDING No. 305 

Size, 6 x 48 inches. 
Price, 8c per lin. ft. 



ELLS, TEES AND CROSSES 

Size, 6x6 inches. 
Price, 8c each. 




MOULDING No. 316 

Size, 6 x 48 inches. 

Price, S%c per lin. ft. 



ELLS, TEES AND CROSSES 

Size, 6x6 inches. 
Price, &y 2 c each. 



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O one will question the fact 
that Metal Ceilings are 
the most beautiful ceilings 
made; also the most Sani- 
tary and Durable. 

It is not necessary to remove old plaster 
to apply our Metal Ceilings. Wood strips, 
preferred size lxiy 4 inches, may be nailed 
directly over plaster and then the metal 
applied to the strips. Wood joists are 
treated in the same manner by nailing 
strips directly to the joists. Our Metal 
Ceiling when erected shows a finish of 
exact construction and appearance; is 
serviceable and fireproof; needs no repairs 
and does not crack or warp. 






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WALL DESIGN No. 1412 

Composed of the following individual parts: 



Cornice No. 526 (Depth 6 inches) . . . .Page 

Frieze No. 605 Page 

Foot Moulding No. 240- A Page 

Wall Plate No. 704 Pa ge 

Chair-rail No. 240-A Pa ge 



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If walls are not sheathed, % x 2 inches wood 
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Price, $10.50 per square (100 sq. ft.). 

Base-board not included. 



WALL DESIGN No. 1412 



WALL DESIGN No. 1409 

Composed of the following individual parts; 
Wall Plate No. 701 Pa ge 19 

If. walls are not sheathed, % x 2 inches wood 
furring should be used. 

Price, $12.00 per square (100 sq. ft.). 

Base-board not included. 




WALL DESIGN No. 1409 



BUTTONS AT ALL NAILING POINTS 



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Wire price and state how soon you can ship \\\\ Packet I 

Mail price and state how soon you can ship ...\.\..\\.\\. Paddle I 

How soon can you ship " " p aff an ! 

Can you ship promptly !!!!•!!!!!'!!!!!! Pain I 

Have you in stock „ . „ . 

-,.. , • • Painful 

Enter our order as per inquiry of Painter 

Enter our order as per your quotation of .......... \ Palace i 

Add to our order (number or date) Palate ! 

Duplicate our order (number or date) '. '. . . [ Palatial I 

Hold for instructions order (number or date) Palaver 

Change our order (number or date) to read ] ." .p a le 

Referring to our order (number or date) .' [ ] Paling | 

Referring to your order (number or date) Palisade 

Referring to Order (number or date) car now being * loaded. 

Rush instructions 5 <^ C u. 

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Referring to order (number or date) carload must be held 

Cannot release until notified ... Pall 

Ship car at once (order number or date) Parterre 

Forward small lot unless you have carload going out at once ! .' .' .' Palliate 

May we substitute D „., 

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Ship via express „ „ 

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Ship via express C. O. D. „ i 

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Ship via freight tt . 

«.. . _ . , Palmy 

Ship via freight B. L. attached to sight draft . . p a isv 

Ship via freight to [.WW" Palter I 

When will you ship ' ' * p , 

When and by what route did you ship our' order* '('number or 
Qate/ ^_ 

Start tracer after shipment of (date) Pan* 

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Telephone reply Pa 

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Referring to our letter of (date) Pantry 

Referring to our telegram of (date) Papal 

Referring to your letter of (date) Papoose 

Referring to your telegram of (date) Parable i 

Prepay shipping charges on our order (number or date) ...... Parade 

Advise cost of standard size furring strips for our order (number 
or date) 

InCl datef andard SiZG furring strips for our order (number or arS ° naffe 

"* ** •••••••••••■•••«« PSirtSilcp 

Give date or number of order referred to Paresis 

Withdraw previous prices on Parslev ! 

Ship in 1st car „ x I 

,,,. , Patron 

Wire how soon you can ship Patois 

Forward specifications at once. • ^ .'....!!.!...'.' ! Pastil* 

Ship via local freight balance of our order (number or date) . . .Pastry ! 

Ship all or part at once our order (number or date) Pasture 

Ship in next car to « A ^ 

«, . . , , , Patch 

Ship in next car balance of our order (number or date) . Patriot 

See our letter (date) p. | 

Hold order for shipment to (name) and await letter! ........ \ . * Pauper 

Have you in stock If not, how soon can you ship p eac h 

Hurry forward material on our order (number or date) Pearl 

Answer by wire when you will ship (order or item) urgent. . . " ' Pecan 

Can you ship in days Pedal 

Can you ship immediately p e d t 

Can you ship at once upon receipt of order ...WW Pelican 

Have you shipped material on our order (number or date) 

If not when will you ship .Peltry j 

How soon can you make part shipment our order (number or ! 

date) and when will you ship balance Peony 

Wire shipping instructions for your order (number or date) ... .Perch 



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QUOTATIONS, ANSWERS, ETC. 

We quote you Paragon 

Will wire you tomorrow Parallel 

Have written you today Paralysis 

Can ship on receipt of order Paralyze 

Can ship in Parasol 

We have none in stock Parboil 

We have all in stock excepting Parch 

We can ship all of your order at once excepting . . Parsnip 

We will accept order Pardon 

We do not find any order from you (number or date) Parent 

You may substitute Pariah 

Not specified in your order (number or date) Parish 

Expect to make shipment Parity 

Made shipment via freight your order (number or date) Park 

Made shipment via express your order (number or date) Parley 

Your order was shipped via Parody 

For particulars see our letter (date) Parole 

We do not understand your letter (date) Parquette 

We do not understand your telegram (date) Parrot 

Have received no reply to our letter (date) Parry 

Have received no reply to our telegram (date) Parse 

Cost of standard size furring strips for your order (number or 

date) Particle 

Will ship order (number or date) Parson 

Will ship order (number or date) as promised Party 

Cannot ship order (number or date) as promised; shipping date 

advanced to Pasha 

Will make part shipment your order (number or date) at once. 
Balance will follow promptly either via local freight or next 
carload as you may instruct Paste 

After receiving order Patter 

Very urgent Pawn 

Too late to cancel order — material shipped Perturb 

We cannot accept your order at price named Peruke 

We will accept your order (date) and make immediate ship- 
ment Pervade 

We will complete your order (number or date) by .Petard 

Can ship in two days after receiving specifications Petrify 






Can ship in three days after receiving specifications Pewter 

Can ship in four days after receiving specifications Piano 

Can ship in five days after receiving specifications Pica 

Can ship in six days after receiving specifications Pick 

Can ship in one week after receiving specifications Picnic 

Can ship in ten days after receiving specifications Pier 

Can ship in two weeks after receiving specifications Pigeon 

Can ship in two to three weeks after receiving specifications . . . Pigmy 

Can ship in three weeks after receiving specifications Piker 

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If you cannot fill order (number or date) in full, ship all you 

can at once and let balance follow as soon as possible Pious 

Shipping instructions will be furnished you within Pippin 

We are holding for shipping instructions your order (number 

or date) Piston 

We quote you subject to immediate acceptance Pivot 



Page thirty-nine 



CODE FOR SIZES, QUANTITIES AND GAUGES 



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6 x 48 inches Race 

6 x 96 inches Racer 

8 x 24 inches Rack 

8 x 48 inches Racket 

8 x 96 inches Racoon 

9 x 96 inches Raddle 

10 x 96 inches Radial 

12 x 12 inches Radiant 

12 x 18 inches Radiate 

12 x 24 inches Radical 

12 x 36 inches Radish 

12 x 48 inches , Radium 

12 x 96 inches Radius 

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48 
96 



inches Raffle 

16 x 24 inches Raft 



16 x 
16 x 
18 x 
18 x 
18 x 
18 x 
18 x 
21 



48 
96 
18 
24 

36 
48 
96 



inches Rage 

inches Ragged 

inches Raging 

inches Raglan 

inches Raid 

inches Railing 

inches Rally 

x 48 inches .Ramble 

21 x 96 inches Ramp 

24 x 24 inches Ranch 

24 x 36 inches Rancid 

24 x 48 inches Random 

inches Ranger 

inches ; Rank 

inches Rankle 

inches. Rapid 

inches Rarity 

inches Rascal 

inches. . . Rasher 

inches Ration 

inches Rattle 

Sections 2 feet long of Raven 

of Ravine 

of 



24 


X 


60 


24 


X 


Q6 


24 


X 


72 


24 


X 


78 


24 


X 


84 


24 


X 


90 


24 


X 


96 


27 


X 


48 


27 


X 


96 



Sections 3 feet long 

Sections 4 feet long 

Sections 6 feet long 

Sections 8 feet long 



Reach 

of Realm 

of Realist 

26 x 96 inches Rebel 

28 x 96 inches Rebus 

30 x 96 inches Recede 

30 x 120 inches Recite 

36 x 96 inches Recoil 

36 x 120 inches Recruit 






QUANTITIES 



100. 
200. 
300. 
400. 
500. 



Quad 
Quadrat 
Quadrille 
Quadroon 



Quaester 

600. Quaff 

?00 Quagga 

800 Quake 

900 Qualm 

!000 Quarry 

15 °0 Quartan 

2000 ; Quartet 

3000 Quarto 

4000 



5000 
10000 



Quartz 

Quay 

Quell 



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GAUGES (GALVANIZED) 

16 Gauge Gamin 

18 Gauge Gamut 

20 Gauge Gander 

22 Gauge Gape 

24 Gauge Garb 

26 Gauge Garble 

27 Gauge Garden 

28 Gauge Garish 

29 Gauge Garlic 

30 Gauge Garner 



GAUGES (BLACK) 

16 Gauge Gladden 

18 Gauge Gladiator 

20 Gauge Gladiolus 

22 Gauge Glamour 

24 Gauge Glance 

26 Gauge Gland 

27 Gauge .Glare 

Gauge Glaucous 

29 Gauge Glaze 

30 Gauge Glazier 




INDIVIDUAL PARTS 






Catalog 
Number 

104.. 



Article 



Page 



Code Word 



Plate 



10 Back 



107 .Plate 10 Barley 

109 Plate 11 Baronet 

Barouche 

Badger 



111 



Plate 



llu . • a lflXG 

115. Plate 



11 

12 
12 



Rag 



117 Plate 16 .Banister 

120 Plate 16. Bailiff 



121.. 



• •»■■# 



Plate 



17 
13 



Bait 
Baboon 



123 Plate 

131 Plate 15 Ballast 



132 
133 



Plate 
Plate 



15 .Balloon 



15 



Balm 



137 Plate 

138 Plate 



14 Barber 



14 



Barge 



156 Plate 13 Bathos 



171. Plate 

240- A Chair 



.17 



Barb 




22 Caloric 



305 
309 
316 



Moulding 22 

Moulding 22 

Moulding 22 




.Ebony 
. Edible 



406 . . .Filler 18 Gallery 



408 Filler 



.18 



Galosh 



501 Cornice 20. . . Habit 



502 Cornice 



20 Hack 



504 Cornice 20 Haft 



506 Cornice 



21 Hale 



509 



Cornice 21 



Hamlet 



511 Cornice 

519 Cornice 

520 Cornice 

526 Cornice 



21 Hand 



.20 



20 

21 



605 
701 
704 
802 






Frieze 22 

Wall Plate 19 

Wall Plate 19 

Wainscoting 19 



Harp 
Hark 
Harpoon 
Idiom 



. Jacket 



Jingle 



Kamis 



COMBINATION DESIGNS 



Catalog 
Number 



1301 
1504 
1505 
1508 
1510 
1516 
1628 



Page 



Code Word 



24 Nabob 

25 Natant 

26 Nativity 

27 Negus 

28 Neon 

32 Nonagon 

29 Nasal 



Catalog 
Number 



1634 



1661 
1692 

1693 
1701 
1409 



1412. 



Page 



Code Word 



30 National 



31 



Neap 



■ * 



33 Nuptial 

34 Nurse 

35 Nymph 

36 Oblong 

36 Obtrude 



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